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Three Isomorphic Vector Spaces_II


Three Isomorphic Vector Spaces_II

Balasubramanian, K. and Beg, M.I. (2004) Three Isomorphic Vector Spaces_II. Technical Report. Concordia University. Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Montreal, Quebec.

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Three isomorphic vector spaces Bk/N , Ck/N and Dk/N are defined. The interplay of these vector spaces leads to easy proofs for multinomial identities. Using automorphism each multinomial identity is recast into (k + 1)! - 1 more identities. Distributions arising out of some stopping rules in drawing balls of k colors from an urn with and without replacement are connected so that one can easily go from one to the other. Identities involving joint cdf's of order statistics are generalized to those coming from arbitrary multivariate distributions. Discrete distribution similar to multinomial is defined, where all the calculations can be done on usual multinomial distribution and transferred to the general.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Arts and Science > Mathematics and Statistics
Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Authors:Balasubramanian, K. and Beg, M.I.
Series Name:Department of Mathematics & Statistics. Technical Report No. 11/04
Corporate Authors:Concordia University. Department of Mathematics & Statistics
Institution:Concordia University
Date:December 2004
Keywords:Isomorphic vector space; Urn model; Multinomial identity; Order statistics
ID Code:6660
Deposited On:02 Jun 2010 16:24
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:29


K. Balasubramanian and M. I. Beg, Three isomorphic vector spaces - applications to binomial identities, urn models and order statististics, Linear Algebra Appl. 388 (2004) 79-89.
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